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Monthly Archives: March, 2019

  • Webinar: How to Recruit & Hire the Best Talent for Companies of Every Size–April 11th

    With virtually full employment, employers of every size need the best interactive tools and a step-by-step process to recruit and hire top talent.

    To register for this important webinar, simply click on the link below.

    How to Recruit and Hire the Best Talent–For Companies of Every Size
    Date: Thurday, April 11th at 1:00 ET
    Presented by: Lillian Shapiro and John Breslin

    Register here for How to Recruit and Hire the Best Talent

    This webinar will include:

    • How to develop a winning compensation package (it’s not always about the salary)
    • How to attract millennials
    • Interactive tools that simplify and effectively support the recruitment process
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  • DOL Proposes Changes to Federal Overtime Pay Exemptions

    Proposal Subject to Change

    The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is proposing to change the minimum salary that administrative, computer, executive, professional, and “highly compensated” employees must receive in order to be exempt from overtime pay under federal law. Under the proposal:

    • The minimum salary required for an administrative, computer, executive, or professional employee to be exempt would increase from $455 to $679 per week.
    • The total annual compensation required for “highly compensated employees” to be exempt would increase from $100,000 per year (including at least $455 per week) to $147,414 per year (including at least $679 per week).
    • Employers would be able to count certain bonus and incentive payments (including commissions) toward a portion of the salary level.

    Though this proposal is still subject to change, the DOL currently anticipates changes to the salary levels to become effective in January 2020.

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